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Old 11-13-2013, 12:48 PM   #1
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Wheelie launch

Theres someone out there with a naturally aspirated 3.7 with full bolt-ons runnin slicks that can get the front wheels off the ground at launch. Anybody hear of this or see any videos?? All ive seen is a pic. Dyin to know what theyve got under the hood
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Theres someone out there with a naturally aspirated 3.7 with full bolt-ons runnin slicks that can get the front wheels off the ground at launch. Anybody hear of this or see any videos?? All ive seen is a pic. Dyin to know what theyve got under the hood
It may be naturally aspirated but it definitely has to be far from stock.
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It may be naturally aspirated but it definitely has to be far from stock.
Has to be. Looks like i have a new goal haha
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With suspension and slicks I could see an otherwise stock 3.7 pull a tire or two launching at the strip.
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Are you sure that picture was not doctored up with some savy software?

A 3.7 doing a wheelie....I'd have to be there first hand to believe it. Don't even thing a 5.0 modified could do it. The amount of torque to pull the front end up is monstorious.
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Theres someone out there with a naturally aspirated 3.7 with full bolt-ons runnin slicks that can get the front wheels off the ground at launch. Anybody hear of this or see any videos?? All ive seen is a pic. Dyin to know what theyve got under the hood
Puff puff pass, don't be a bogart.
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Are we talking a wheelie or just pulling a tire on launch?

z28th1s 3.7 Mustang puts some daylight under his front tire leaving the line.



Not what I would call a wheelie but it's the closest thing you can get without being a full drag car.
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Are we talking a wheelie or just pulling a tire on launch? z28th1s 3.7 Mustang puts some daylight under his front tire leaving the line. Not what I would call a wheelie but it's the closest thing you can get without being a full drag car.
Its was a black 2011 and it was prob 6 inches off the ground. Ya i wouldnt really call a few inches much of a wheelie, but **** they got a bit of lift! ---------- Post added at 04:37 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:37 PM ----------
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Puff puff pass, don't be a bogart.
My **** would knock you on your *** hahah

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Are you sure that picture was not doctored up with some savy software? A 3.7 doing a wheelie....I'd have to be there first hand to believe it. Don't even thing a 5.0 modified could do it. The amount of torque to pull the front end up is monstorious.
It was a crappy camera phone pic, a little bit grainy. They arent easy to 'shop. Lol i used to do it all the time in my skateboarding days haha
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It's foolinya. He has gotten some air but not a full wheelie
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It's foolinya. He has gotten some air but not a full wheelie
Wheelies are eaaasy bro. I can do them in my fwd mitsu eclipse haha. My front suspension is shot tho so it may just be the potholes and speedbumps
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I can pop wheelies in my n/a huffy all day.
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I can pop wheelies in my n/a huffy all day.
Prove it. Lmao


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its was a black 2011 and it was prob 6 inches off the ground. Ya i wouldnt really call a few inches much of a wheelie, but **** they got a bit of lift! ---------- post added at 04:37 pm ---------- previous post was at 04:37 pm ---------- my **** would knock you on your *** hahah

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it was a crappy camera phone pic, a little bit grainy. They arent easy to 'shop. Lol i used to do it all the time in my skateboarding days haha
i don't think so punk
Sorry, I read that wrong. Lol
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Prove it. Lmao "Thats a nice bike man! Is that a huffy?!" - talladega nights lol
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i don't think so punk Sorry, I read that wrong. Lol
Dont think what lol
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